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4 The ultimate calendar of fun things to do this month

7 A trio of terrific reads for November


8 Make the most of the blue skies


10 Focus!

12 Groovy chicks

13 Most beautiful road race


14 Danielle Steynvaardt spills the beans on the entertainment

industry, love and all things art

24 Anita Browne chats about farming, family and winning AGRI

Gauteng Young Farmer of the Year


16 Summer essentials for your holiday beauty bag


18 We’re literally counting down the days until it is holiday time … So

whether you stay at home or go away, our guide’s got you covered!


24 We’ve put together our top garden tasks and tips for the month


30 Having a holistay? We’ve got the perfect budget-friendly day

getaway for you and your family

32 Walking through big five country and sleeping out in the wild


9 Win a Skyline hamper

34 Win Caribbean Tan products valued at more than R1 500


Dress by Estelle Visser. Hair by Tarryn Eksteen. Make up by Antoinette

de Beer. Photographed by Jaco Bothma.

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A hot date!

The ultimate calendar of fun things to do this month

If you have a date for the Get It diary page, email the info at least a month in advance to


Cedar Tree Craft Night

Market from 6pm to 10pm at

Khosa Sports Club, Krugersdorp. There

will be secure parking, no entrance

fee and pets are welcome. Details:

Chanelle on 081 500 6884.


The much anticipated

Glenshiel Christmas Fair

takes place inside the home and

beautiful grounds of ‘Glenshiel’ atop

the Westcliff Ridge from 9am to 6pm.

Stallholders will offer some of the

most stylish and ‘on-trend’ products

seen on the pages of local style and

fashion magazines. Offerings include

crafted bags, shoes and belts, clothing

and scarves, linens and jewellery,

bespoke stationery and ceramics

as well as handcrafted Christmas

decorations, cakes and much more.

Cost: R75 per person, children under

12 free. Details: or


Catch a laugh with Drie Susters (Lizz Meiring, Margit Meyer-

Rödenbeck and Nicole Holm) at Silverstar at 8pm. Christine, Anel

and Bianca’s flight to Thailand is delayed. It is Christine’s 50th

birthday and the trip is her birthday gift from her twin sisters. They

wait, play cards, wait, read books, wait, drink cappuccinos, wait, lash

out with words, wait, criticise each other’s choices, wait … all while

Christine is high on Xanax. Cost: From R160 to R180 per person.



Bubbly and food pairing at Misty Hills Country Hotel, Muldersdrift is a

must for every foodie. It promises to be an unforgettable evening of local

and international bubbly paired with a five-course meal at the Summerhouse

Restaurant from 7pm. Cost: R395 per person. Details:


Chitty Chitty Bang Bang Jr. comes alive for the first time at the

People’s Theatre. Based on the beloved film version of Ian Fleming’s

children’s book, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang Jr is a family-friendly blockbuster filled

with stage spectacles and Academy Award-nominated songs. Taking place

until 22 December. Cost: R149 per person. Details: 011 403 1563/ 2340 or www.

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Gala evening in aid of endangered black rhinos at Silverstar from 6pm.

Cost: R500 per person which includes dinner and live entertainment.

Details: Debbie on 072 149 3982.


The action-packed Merrell Summer Run takes place from 7am at the

Walter Sisulu Botanical Garden, with a variety of routes. The 12km and

20km routes, which head into the open rocky grassland and include more

technical running sections, together with the 6km loop, are all a great challenge

to tackle on a Saturday morning. Fiercely competed or enjoyed at a more

leisurely pace, both pass by the cascading waterfall and cliffs that are home

to a breeding pair of majestic Verreaux’s Eagles. Entries start at R130. Details:

Visit the Cedar Tree Craft

Market from 10am to 3pm

at Khosa Sports Club, Krugersdorp for

their monthly market. There will be

secure parking, no entrance fee, and

pets are welcome. Details: Chanelle on

081 500 6884.


West Side Craft and Food

Night Market from 6pm to

10pm at Ramkiki Country Restaurant

and Conference Centre. There will be

secure parking, no entrance fee and

pets are welcome. Details: Chanelle on

081 500 6884.




Let the creative juices flow

at the Paint Nite at Die

Boomhuisie at 7pm. The theme is

‘Moonlit Fairy’ . Guided by a talented

and entertaining artist, you’ll be

amazed at what you create. Cost: R610

per person. Details:


Popular pianist Rocco

de Villiers and energetic

violinist Lizelle le Roux bring a

selection of favourite hit tunes to

Roodepoort Theatre from 3pm.

Cost: R200 per person. Details: www.

Join the West Side Craft and Food Market from 10am to 3pm at

Ramkiki Country Restaurant and Conference Centre. There will be secure

parking, no entrance fee and pets are welcome. Details: Chanelle on 081 500 6884.


Parkview Christmas Charity Market from 2pm to 10pm. Taking place at

George Hay Park, the market is a joy-filled opportunity for you to shop

for gifts, fill Christmas stockings, and revel in the food and drink offerings to the

background tunes of local music talent, all in the name of charity. Cost: R50 per

adult, R20 per pensioner and children under 12 enter free. Tickets available at the

entrance. All proceeds go to the Nicarela Charity.


The Gin and

Tonic Festival

returns to Joburg as

the iconic Victoria Yards

become the scene of an

elaborate celebration

of craft gin culture from

11am. The festival offers

a highly engaging and

entertaining showcase

of the country’s most

popular, lesser-known and

spanking new gin brands,

as well as a selection of

premium internationals.

Cost: R165 per person.


Crossing over with Gerald Burger and Justin van Quickelberge – these

two psychics will be bringing messages to the audience from the other

side from 10.30am to 1pm at the Sanctuary of Infinite Light, Krugersdorp. Cost:

R170 per person. Details: Ransie on 071 600 1972 or

Discover the magic

of Christmas!

Immerse yourself in a world of enchantment

and joy with our memorable gift selection.

Discover more at and

participating Clarins beauty counters.

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Mommy’s kissing Santa Claus

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The gift of youthful skin

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Book club

A trio of terrific reads for November

The long awaited sequel

to A Handmaid’s Tale

In A Handmaid’s Tale, Margaret

Atwood envisioned a world in which

the US had become Gilead, a totalitarian

world ruled by Commanders

in which women were totally subservient.

Told by one handmaid, Offred,

it describes how women are forbidden

to learn to read or write and are

solely there to serve men in all ways,

including sexually. The sequel, The

Testaments, is set 15 years later and

is told by three women – Aunt Lydia,

a trainer and manager of handmaids,

and two of Offred’s daughters,

Agnes, who became the privileged

child of an elite family, and Nicola,

who was smuggled out to Canada.

Resistance is growing in Gilead and

Lydia is plotting its downfall... At a

time when women are increasingly

protesting against femicide, rape,

unequal pay and often worse injustices

at the hands of men, this book

hits an extremely sensitive nerve.

Chatto & Windus, R360.

Secrets. Affairs. Revenge.

It’s all going on in the

suburbs ... where everyone

has something to hide

Shari Lapena’s Someone We Know

is set in a small suburb, where

everyone is polite and friendly and

neighbourly. When newcomers arrive

in town – a handsome man and

his extraordinarily attractive wife –

the main conversation appears to be

how much of a flirt she is with the

men in the area. Then she’s found

murdered, and more than one man

is ‘a person of interest’ to the police.

At the same time, a family’s teenage

son has been breaking into some

of the houses ... not to steal, but to

practise his fairly impressive computer

hacking skills. With secrets and

affairs and revenge, Lapena keeps

you guessing until the very end.

Penguin, R290.

Chosen as one of the best

thrillers of summer, this

legal thriller is exceptional

They were a perfectly ordinary family.

Interesting jobs. Yoga, basketball

and trips to the library. Takeout on

Fridays in front of the telly and a

bottle of wine with their friends.

Until the murder. Chosen as one

of the best thrillers of the summer

by the New York Times, A Nearly

Normal Family is M. T. Edvardsson’s

psychological, legal thriller that asks

what would you do if your daughter

was suspected of murder? How far

would you go to protect her? Would

you believe her, or the evidence

against her? The father believes

his daughter has been framed. The

mother believes she’s hiding something.

And the daughter believes

they have no idea what she’s truly

capable of. Could. Not. Put it down!

Brilliant. Macmallan, R299.

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Wish list

Make the most of the blue skies ...

Prohibition Blue Gin ...

coming to a cocktail

near you

It’s not just the blue we fancy in

the newly released Prohibition

Blue Gin. It’s also the way that

with certain mixers, it changes

to pink. Magic gin! So if you’re

in the mood for a pink drink, a

dash of tonic water or lemon

changes the PH balance and

the blue changes to a sparkling

pink. This Silver Creek Craft

Distillery gin gets its striking

blue colour from the flower

of the Blue Pea (so it’s 100 per

cent natural) and is infused with

juniper as well as coriander,

lemon, angelica, cinnamon and

a dash of rose water. Try it in

your fave cocktail … or spruce

it up with apples and thyme

(delish!). You can buy it for R369

online at and in

major bottle stores. Oh … a

little extra info … in traditional

medicine, the Blue Pea flower –

Clitoria Tetnatea – is said to have

aphrodisiac and antioxidant

powers, among other lifeenhancing

properties. Details:

You can certainly complete your sassy look with these uber

chic wood painted earrings from LumainKie (based

in Randfontein but courier is an option). In addition

to being stylish, these handmade earrings are

lightweight and so comfy. Get them R85. Oh …

and they can

make a great gift as well! Details:

Lumain on 071 254 0699, Facebook, LumainKie

Leather Accessories

or Instagram, lumainkie.

Ice cream anyone?

If the answer’s ‘Yes, yes, yes!’ then grab

a copy of Jude’s Ice Cream & Desserts.

From simple, refreshing treats (orange

lollies) and sorbets like mango and

passion fruit or summer peach, to

fluffy buttermilk pancakes with

roasted apple, toasted oats and

ice cream, there’s a temptation

on every page – dig in and enjoy!

The many ice cream variations

(Earl Grey; beetroot and ginger

– yes, really!) include several for

vegans, but it’s the desserts we

fancy most. How about cinnamon

pavlova with winter fruit; Julia’s double

chocolate brownies or, by far our fave

... collapsed espresso chocolate cake

served with ice cream. Yes, yes, yes!

From shakes and smoothies to sauces

and DIY cones, when deliciousness

calls, this is the book you need.

Kyle Books, R378.

We’re sweet on Skyline Late Harvest

We’re fans of a semi-sweet wine … it’s gorgeous

chilled, topped with soda and served with ice on

a warm evening; it’s a classic match with rich liver


winning a

sweet prize? We’ve got

a Skyline hamper to give

away … half a dozen bottles

of Skyline and a pair of sunnies

in an eye-catching shopping

bag. To enter, visit our Get

It Joburg West Magazine

Facebook page and like

the competition


paté or a parfait, and is brilliant with

desserts … think cheesecake

or crème caramel, an apricot

tart or glazed fruit pavlova.

The just-released Skyline

Late Harvest (named after

SA’s great cityscapes) is

a delicious option … all

smooth honey and fruit,

it’s full-bodied and rich and

made from Chenin Blanc

grapes harvested late in the

season when the natural sugars

are concentrated in the fruit, so

it has no added sugar. About

R49,99 a bottle, or R134,99

for the convenient threelitre


Crushing on

S&D Christian


Randfontein’s Reinette

Herbst (who is also

Mrs Africa 2019!) joined

forces with fashion

designer Alicia Pienaar

from Krugersdorp, to

start Strength & Dignity

Christian Couture. They met

through divine intervention and

decided to make beautiful clothes together, starting with a fab range

of scarves. A lot of attention is given to every scarf and because of the

uniqueness of their scarves, they only make a limited number of each

design. And the best part …? Every scarf is also adorned with a powerful

verse or message and they specifically pray for each person who will wear

the scarf. You can buy them at Op-ge-tof Coffee Shop, 72 Homestead

Avenue, Randfontein, from R150 each. Details: 073 338 8473,

or follow them on Facebook, S&D Christian Clothing.

Pencil in your diary!

The best music on your doorstep with A Night With The Stars at the Khosa

Sports Club on 2 November. A collection of the most memorable live

performances from the greatest artists to grace the stage projected on to

a giant inflatable screen. From Queen to Adele, there will be something for

everyone’s taste. All the classic songs in one night projected as a live concert

underneath the stars will be sure to have you dancing and singing the night

away. Bring along your camping chairs and picnic blankets, and arrive early to

make sure you get the best spot on the field. Food trucks and a cash bar will

be available on site. Cost: R75 per person. Gates open at 5pm with the concert

starting at 7pm. Details:

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Close-up encounters thrilled!

Nadine Mingard and Lynda Wolfson


Sue Vacy-Lyle, Wayne Hinde and Anthea Goldwain

Our Get It Canon Wildlife Photographic Safari

at the exceptional Thanda Tented Camp in

Zululand’s Big Five country was a roaring (see

what we did there!) success. More than two dozen

keen photographers spent the weekend with top

Canon and wildlife photographers, who shared

their tips, expertise and entertaining stories about

capturing wildlife. The animals – large and fierce,

small and pretty – joined the party ... obligingly

showing off their best sides for the cameras. You

can see all the shots – including the spectacular

winning photo of the weekend by Sue Vacy-Lyle –


Matthew and Petra Blewett

Dana Eitzen, John and Dawn Champman

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Heather and Tony Grizic

Engela Uys and Rico de Marigny

Lize and Stephan de Klerk with Warren Nicholas


Ian and Susan Omand with Christiaan Sperka

Stephen Monareng

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Vicky Seegers, Donné Valkenburg, Pat Crichton, Gayle Lee and Sue Hodges

Groovy chicks

Marcelle Cloete

and Arlene Hesketh

The annual Ladies Day in aid of the St Laurence's

Children's Haven is a highlight on our social

calendar. Giving to those in need is always a priority,

but what makes this event special is that you can

attend it with your friends while having loads of fun.

This year 420 groovy women dressed the part for the

70s-themed event at Silverstar.

Felicia Korai and

Puledi Moloto

Estee Myburgh and

Carin van den Berg

Joanne Roelofsz and Claire Bartlett

Kim Still and Shirley Campbell

Samantha Shaw, Kirsten Zissimides and Tammi Swan

Michelle Wierenga, Victoria Fincher and Stancey Bosman

Geneva Schmidt and Kelsey Gallon

Cathy Amos and Ursula Pinkus

Samantha van Niekerk

and Lauren Smith

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Alicia Walters, Holly Gxubane, Sarah Ayres,

Busisiwe Nobela and Chwayita Gugwini

Debbie Collier, Helen Barrett and Candice Scheepers

Jacqueline Peach with Meghan and Danielle Minnie

Most beautiful road race

As usual, the annual SPAR Women’s Challenge was a booming event not easy to

forget! A sea of grey T-shirts covered the grounds of the Marks Park Sports Club

as thousands of amped women (and men!) came to the venue for whatever

reason they saw fit – some came for fun, some came to compete and some

came to raise awareness. The gorgeous Face of the SPAR Women's Challenge,

along with her runners-up, also competed on the day, and did their part

in collecting and donating running shoes for the less fortunate.

Thulethu Ngqokwe and Ipi Thibedi

Natalie Lambert and Suzette Kangalu

Ilse van der Merwe

and Elsabe Bosch-Brits

Monica de Beer and Lize Roodt Sarika and Gopika Harrie Richard Laskey and Isabel McKenna

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Pinehaven's Danielle Steynvaardt, owner of TA-DA! Theatre Arts and Drama Academy,

certainly knows how to make lemonade when life hands her lemons. This 29-year-old

beauty spills the beans on the entertainment industry, love and all things art.

Text: JACO-MARI HAASBROEK. Photographer: JACO BOTHMA. Hair: Tarryn Eksteen. Make-up: ANTOINETTE DE BEER. -

Iam a singer, musician,

and actress and I'm

currently studying to

become a pastor, but

my ultimate life goal is

to help others through

everything I do. I believe

that God has sent many

ups and downs my way so that I

could grow as a person and help

others by teaching them what I’ve

learned, equipping them to handle

everything life throws at them. I

have to put food on the table, so

I’m always busy with my business

or some new project, but I use all of

that to help people – that’s the best

part of my career.

I have always been in love with

singing and later discovered my

talent for acting. Coming from

a family where everybody has

corporate jobs, it was quite a shock

to the family when I said I wanted

to study drama. My father asked me

to draw up a business plan to show

him how I would earn a steady

income while pursuing this dream

of mine, and that’s how TA-DA! got

started in 2011.

Early in my career, I starred

in shows like Muvhango,

Binnelanders and Getroud met

Rugby, but fame has never been

a driving force for me. I want to

work in the entertainment industry

because it’s what I love, not to chase

fame, because there will always

be someone better or richer than

you. TA-DA! is is an academy where

people can chase their dreams; we

prepare young people to step into

the industry, fully equipped. TA-DA!

specialises in acting, vocals, and

dancing and I try my best to create

amazing opportunities for my

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students so that one day they can be

even more accomplished than I am.

Sometimes I think that I bite off

more than I can chew, but God is

my inspiration and motivation. You

get a lot of rejection and criticism in

this industry, but I know that God has

a plan for me. The one thing I pray for

every day is to have less of me and

more of Him. Whatever happens in my

life, God will help me reach my goals.

We women tend to try and take care

of everyone and everything around us,

but we also need someone to care for

us, and that’s what God does for me.

One of the biggest struggles I

have faced in my personal life is

infertility, but God is helping me

through it. My husband and I have

been struggling to conceive for

eight years and I’ve been hard on

myself because it’s the one thing in

my life that I can't control. I still get

very emotional about it but I have

accepted that God has another big

plan for me. I had to realise that our

love and our marriage are enough. It

gets especially hard when people ask

us why we don’t have kids. Most of

the time they assume we don’t want

kids but we have to smile through the

tears because we are looking at the

bigger picture.

Fortunately, I have a big family and

my siblings’ children are like my

own. When my husband and I get

lonely, we invite the kids over for a day

of fun. Our whole family is very close

and we meet up for a big family meal

at least once a month. I’m also very

close to my mother and can’t go a day

without seeing her. When I’m down,

she lifts me up, and when I’m excited,

she is happy with me.

Through it all, my husband is my

rock and my biggest supporter.

Before we fell in love, he was one

of my brother’s friends, so I didn’t

pay him much attention. I used to

introduce myself all over every time

he came over! After I got out of a very

bad relationship, I saw what had been

right in front of my eyes the whole

time and found myself falling head

over heels in love with my brother’s

best friend.

We have come a long way and I’ve

learned so much from my husband –

most importantly, how to prioritise.

I’m a go-getter and when something

doesn't work out, I tend to get very

disappointed. Always being in control

is both my strength and my weakness.

By prioritising, I learned that not

everything is equally important and

that it's okay if something fails. In

my life, I put God first, my husband

second, and then everything else. Your

whole world doesn’t have to revolve

around your husband, but you weren’t

put on this earth to be alone.

We have gone through a rough

patch lately but giving up and

throwing it all away isn’t an option.

My husband and I had to take another

look at our relationship and realise

where both of us had gone wrong.

Now we have to pray and trust that

There will

always be

someone better

or richer

than you.

God will help us get our marriage back

on track. As long as we still have our

love for each other, everything will

work out as it should.

It’s a terrible feeling when

something goes wrong in your

marriage, but no one is perfect.

We live in a world where everyone’s

relationships look perfect on

Instagram and

Facebook, but

we all have

issues we don’t

post about on

social media.

In November,

my husband

and I will be


‘Behind The

Scenes – The


where we will

be producing

YouTube videos and podcasts about

everything in relationships that people

don’t talk about, like fighting, infertility,

sex and even the lack thereof. I

believe that we can save the world,

one marriage at a time, because if

your relationships with God and your

husband are healthy, everything else

will fall into place.

I’m also busy with a Master's

degree at Team Impact Christian

University, specialising in sex in

marriage, because I feel that no

one talks about sex. Not everyone

knows what’s sinful and what’s right or

wrong, but sex is the glue that keeps

a husband and wife together. I want

to help people realise how beautiful

sex in a marriage can be. Next year, I

will be speaking about this topic at

women’s conferences around South

Africa, putting the sex back into

marriages – the way it should be.

When I’m not busy with my studies

or my business, painting and

making music are my favourite

hobbies. I never watch TV; I’m either

painting, planning, playing piano

and ukulele or spending quality time

with my husband when I have a bit of

time off. There is always music playing

in our house, because I can’t stand


In the future, I hope to launch my

own fabulous clothing line as well.

When I was at university, I started a

small but successful clothing line as a

way to earn my own money. Making

my own clothes has always been a

dream of mine since I love fashion and

putting outfits together. I know I can

do whatever I set my mind to, because

God is helping me.

Details: 081 407 0288, www.iamdanielle. or follow her on Facebook,

'I am Danielle'

This or that with Danielle:

Facebook or Instagram ... Instagram

Ice cream or chocolate ... Chocolate ice cream

Coffee or cocktails ... Coffee

Indoors or outdoors ... Outdoors

Online shopping or hitting the mall ... Online

Classical art or modern art ... Modern art

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Summer essentials for

your holiday beauty bag

Compiled by: KYM ARGO. Photographer: MEGAN BRETT.

Three essentials for perfect

holiday hair ... Moroccanoil Root

Boost (for va-va-voom volume, R425),

Dry Texture Spray (texturised hold

with a dry, gritty finish for effortless,

undone styles R465), and Beach

Waves Texture Mousse (tousled

texture, a windswept look with UV

for sun protection, R440) • Love a

product that multitasks Vichy

Normaderm 3-in-1 Scrub, Cleanser

and Mask (R285). Also from Vichy ...

Thermal Mineralizing Spray/Mist

(perfect for hot sultry days and nights,

R250, both from Clicks and Dis-Chem).

An excellent cleanser with scrub is

this NUXE Aquabella Micro-Exfoliating

Purifying Gel (R325 from Woolies) •

Cool beach shades for nails ... Mavala

Mini Nail Colour in Sky Blue (R87, from

Dis-Chem, Clicks and Woolies).

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Elancyl Energizing

Foaming Scrub

cleanses and exfoliates,

leaving your skin

radiant and feeling

hydrated and ready

for body treatments.

R165. Cellulite on the

beach. We think not!

Start right now to deeptissue

massage with the

Elancyl Slim Massage

for smoother, firmer

skin. Just three minutes

a day, girls. You can do

it! R495. From Dis-Chem

and Clicks.

When you’re all hyped up from the

holiday vibe, it’s often difficult to fall

asleep. Hello Duo Calm Soothing

Sleep. One pill before bedtime

promotes healthy sleep by regulating

your circadian (day/night) rhythm.

R445 from

L’Oréal LOr

Smooth Sugars Clear Scrub polishes,

boosts o radiance, softens and smooths and



of blackheads. R159,95 from Dis-Chem

• Our new fave is Inoar Virgin Coconut Oil ...

this amazing product stimulates hair growth,

promotes otes scalp health, adds lustre, shine and

softness, ss, and prevents hair breakage and split

ends. R350. And those with Afro, natural, curly


will love the new Afro Vegan range from

Inoar. Six products, ranging from R350 to R550

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Can, , R99,95 from Dis-Chem.

November 2019 Get It Joburg West 17


We’re literally counting down the days until it is holiday time … So whether you stay at

home or go away, our guide’s got you covered!


Top tips to look like a sun-kissed

goddess all summer long ...

• Mix your liquid bronzer with your

daily lotion for a gorgeous soft glow.

• Use a powder bronzer to highlight

your best features, like your

cheekbones or jaw.

• Enhance your tan by applying a bit

of a bronzer on your shoulders, collar

bone and cleavage.

• Get glowing make-up by mixing

your bronzer and blush, or use the

bronzer as eyeshadow.

• Less is more when it comes to using

bronzer for natural sun-kissed skin.

Four waterproof make-up must-haves:

Under R100

Under R200

It is swimsuit season,

so it couldn’t hurt

to give your skin a

tightening boost

SAVE: Nivea Q10

Firming Body

Lotion, R99,95,


SPLURGE: Clarins

Body Fit, R650,



essence Waterproof

Liquid Ink

Eyeliner, R54,95,


Revlon Ultimate

all-in-one Waterproof


R175, Woolworths


Catrice Glam And

Doll False Lashes

Waterproof Mascara,

R79,95, Dis-Chem


the frizz on

your coastal holiday.

John Frieda Frizz-Ease

hair serum, R115,


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Mavala mini nail polish in

blue mint, R89, Woolworths

L'Oreal Infallible

Gel Crayon, 24H,

R159,95, Clicks

Max Effect mini nail

polish in Candy Blue,

R69,99 from Clicks

Constantia Kloof’s image consultant,

Nqobile Nkosi, is an expert on all things

fashion. She shares her tips for choosing

between a one-piece and a two-piece

swimsuit for your style and body type.


• Avoid a halterneck swimsuit if you

have a big bust, thereby preventing

sideways creep, and if you have big

arms, as these will be accentuated.

• A sweetheart neckline on a swimsuit

is perfect for making your neck look

long and elegant.

• If you have a bit of a fleshy tummy,

your best pick will be a swimsuit

with lots of small prints as this will

camouflage the bulge.

• A tailored swimsuit that flares over

the bottom will work very well if you

have a very big behind as it hides

and balances it and gives a lovely

feminine silhouette.


• Don’t go for a boob-tube swimsuit if

you have a very small bust – it could

end up looking like a bandage on

you. A halterneck top is the perfect

style for those with a small bust as

you can show off your shoulders

with the angular cut of the design.

• Frills and ruffles on the swimsuit are

perfect for covering a flatter chest,

but these designs should be avoided

if you have a fuller bust.

• Pick a swimsuit with a deep V or

wide scoop neckline if you have a

very short neck. This will make your

neck look longer and more elegant.

Details: Nqobile on 083 567 8581, or follow her on

Facebook, NqoDevineImage.


Swim into summer …


R3 695, www.

Top from R299, skirt from

R259, Miladys

Don’t skimp on your health these holidays … This

ruby-red vinegar with a fruity sweetness and crisp

acidity is packed with many benefits: • Aids digestive

system • Improves body performance • Increases

absorption of calcium • Lowers cholesterol and

blood pressure levels • Improves memory and mood

swings • Is a good source of vitamins K, B9 and B5 •

Soothes a sore throat • Acts as a natural toner good

for acne, helping to balance the pH of your skin

Mix 15 to 30ml of pomegranate vinegar into a glass of

water. Drink first thing in the morning and last thing at

night. If you find it difficult to drink, add a bit of honey to

sweeten. You can also have it before or during meals.

Polka dot


R119,99, Mr


Striped offshoulder


R249,95, Edgars


outfits – ooze

sexiness, without

even trying!



Keep germs at bay by

using hand sanitiser. You’re

constantly touching door

handles, using public toilets and

eating at roadside restaurants,

so you need to keep it hygienic.

Germs breed faster in warmer

weather and can spread rapidly

in an enclosed space. No

one wants to get sick

on a trip.

Soil Organic Remedy

Roller — Relax, R40,

Ecoce Pomegranate Vinegar, R69,95,

Wellness Warehouse

Be sun smart

CANSA West Rand encourages everyone,

young and old, to reduce the risk of skin

cancer with the following tips:

• Stay out of the sun between 10am

and 3pm. Stay in the shade or under an

umbrella as much as possible.

• Wear protective clothing and thickly

woven fabric hats with wide brims.

• Avoid caps that leave the neck and

ears exposed.

• Wear sunglasses with a UV protection

rating of UV400.

• It’s important to know the best Sun

Protection Factor (SPF) for your skin type.

Use sunscreen with an SPF of between

20 and 50; preferably SPF 30 to 50 for fair

to very fair skin.

• Always apply sunscreen 20 minutes

before you go outside and reapply at

least every two to three hours.

• The CANSA’s Seal of Recognition (CSOR)

logo appears on approved sunscreen

products and is a guarantee that the

manufacturers of these UV protective

products have complied with the strict

set of criteria developed by CANSA.

Oh-Lief Natural Body

Sunscreen (100ml), R245,

Dis-Chem Clearwater Mall,

November 2019 Get It Joburg West 19


Want to zhoosh up your home this holiday? Go with blue – it is an allaround

crowd-pleaser, the VIP of the crayon box. A go-to hue, blue is easy

to decorate with and, more importantly, live in. From calming sky blue to

electrifying cobalt, there’s a blue hue that suits every style!

• Warm blues, like denim, ocean blue, or slate blue, contain hints of red.

Colour experts say they advance or come toward you, so they help

make a room feel cosier. Decorators often like warm blues in social

spaces, like the living room, the kitchen, or the dining room.

• Shades known as cool blues – like cobalt, turquoise, and ice blue

– have yellow in them and tend to recede, or back away, which can

help a small space look bigger. Colour experts explain that cool blues

encourage calmness (which is nice for a bedroom) and focus (say, in a

home office). Sometimes cool blues can go a little further and be cold.

But in a bathroom, where you want a crisp, clean vibe, that can be a

good thing.

Shwe Clock,

R599, www.

Splashes of blue décor to add

to your home ...

Tall Wonky

Vase, R599,



blue KitchenCraft



kettle, R869,


Denmark pendant,


Blue Monica side table,

R1 295,


Holiday tips for your pets:

Pet guru, Elize van der Merwe from

Hillside Pet Hyper in Krugersdorp, shares

her top tips for taking care of your pets

during the holidays.

• Whether you are going on holiday or

staying at home, your animals should

be high on your priority list. If dogs

or cats are staying over at boarding

kennels for the first time, it is advisable

to let them stay for a night or two

before you go on holiday to see how



Get in the tropical holiday vibe with this

gorgeous scatter cushion from Netdécor

for R460 (including the inner)

they cope. Make them comfortable

with their favourite food and toys.

• For birds, it’s advised to get extra

vitamins and something to calm them

down from the pet shop as they tend

to pluck their feathers when they

are stressed from not having their

favourite human around.

• If people are using fireworks in your

area, bring your pets inside and leave

the radio or television on for them so

that they won’t get as stressed about

the noise. If you

Peach and Fig

Scented Candle,

R45, Edgars


are at home and your animals are

stressed, use CalmEze calming tablets

or a calming collar available from your

vet or pet store.

• Whatever your plans are, make sure

your pets are chipped so that they can

be traced and that their inoculations

are up to date so that if they get lost,

they don’t contract diseases. But most

of all, give them love and attention –

it’s the festive season after all. Details:

011 665 4974 or visit them

at President Square,


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Available in

two colours,

this durable

rubber ball can

be used as a regular ball

or a boredom-beating game

when filled with snacks. Vanillascented

and safe for chewing. R139,

pet stores or

What your pet-sitter needs to know:

Christien van den Bergh, a pet-sitter

from Randfontein, says that the most

important part of hiring a pet-sitter

for your four-legged children is to get

everything in writing. Before you go on

your well-deserved holiday, make a list

of your instructions so that the pet-sitter

can refer back to it whenever needed.

It is important to mention the

following things:

• Your pets’ feeding schedule as well as

where the bowls are kept.

• Where your pets’ medication is stored

and how often and what dosage must

be given. Remember to list all injuries

or conditions so that the pet-sitter

doesn’t get worried unnecessarily.

• Grooming instructions including

how often it is needed, and where the

shampoo, brushes, and accessories are

kept. Sometimes pets can make


Purrfect travel tips

Travelling comes with its fair share of

stressors, especially when you’re

tasked with packing a bag and

bringing along your closest fourlegged


1. Get your pet geared up

for a long trip by taking him

on a series of short drives

first, gradually lengthening

the time spent in the car.

2. Make sure your pet has a

microchip for identification and

wears a collar with a tag imprinted

with your home address, as well as

a temporary travel tag with your

cellphone number, destination phone

number and any other relevant

contact information.

3. It’s safest for everyone if cats ride

in a carrier and dogs in a car harness

or a crate, depending on what makes

them most comfortable.

4. Make regular stops – every two

hours for a puppy, every three to four

hours for a cat or an adult dog – so

your pet can take a walk on a leash.

5. Feed your pet only lightly before

getting in the car – pets can become

carsick. Once you’ve stopped driving

for the day, feed normally. Opt for

bottled water – drinking water from

an area he’s not used to could result in

a tummy upset for your pet.

a mess, so make sure your pet-sitter

knows where the cleaning supplies

are too.

• Let the pet-sitter know what spaces

are off-limits for the pets.

• List emergency details for the

veterinarian and a family member or

close friend that can be contacted

in case of an emergency. Please list

your details in case of an emergency

as well.

• It is wise to show the pet-sitter

where the circuit breakers are and

what to do when the power is off.

• Make provision in case your return

gets delayed – ensure there is a

supply of extra food, medicine and

anything else your pets might need.

• You should preferably put the

payment agreement in writing

to eliminate confusion and




Keep kids entertained

by downloading their

favourite movies and games

on a tablet. Remember to

carry a good book or some

puzzles to save the day

in case of a tech


Road trip essentials

Budget Car Hire put together a list of

essentials to gather before your journey

to ensure you and your loved ones are

safe, you don’t have to worry and can

focus on enjoying your adventures on

the open road.

Roadside emergency kit: Keep pliers

and spanners on hand. Have jumper

cables in your vehicle to revive a

dead battery. Make sure you have an

emergency triangle/ road flares, a tow

rope and a flashlight.

First-aid kit: A good kit should

contain bandages, band-aids for minor

cuts and bruises as well as stronger

ones to dress serious wounds. Also, be

sure to include hydrogen peroxide, an

emergency blanket, disposable gloves

and antiseptic cream.


Bags O’Wags

Mighty Munchie



R18,95, www.

Orijen Six Fish Cat

Treats, R124,95,

Hardcopy maps: Have a map on

hand. It will keep you on the right

path in case your cellphone battery

dies, and you don’t have a charger,

you can’t

get a network signal, or your GPS

loses the plot.

Cooler and snacks: Beat the heat

with a cooler filled with snacks, water

and energy drinks. When travelling, it’s

important to keep food cold, as germs

thrive in warmer conditions. Keep

hydrated, because water is crucial for

all bodily functions, so you are at your

optimum. Snack on energy bars or trail

mix to keep the hunger pangs at bay.

The right fashion: Pack for the road,

not the runway. The last thing you

want on a road trip is to fuss with

uncomfortable clothes and shoes.

November 2019 Get It Joburg West 21

Breaking the

Anita Browne of Greenway Farms, Tarlton is one fab farmer. Meet the woman who

managed to win the AGRI Gauteng Young Farmer of the Year in between running the

family business and expanding her own little family.




My Father and his business partner founded the business

in 1988. I grew up on the farm, but I never thought

that I'd end up working here, because what is there for

women to do on a farm? I went off to study for a BSc in

Human Molecular Biology but later switched to a BSc in

Plant Health and Ecology after I did an internship with a

plant pathologist overseas. It opened my mind to new

possibilities for being a woman in agriculture. I later worked

on the farm during holidays. I learned the fundamentals

of the business from the ground up. I've been working

full time on the farm for five years, and proudly run the

production side of the business which entails planning,

research and development, and everything in between

that leads up to the final product.


What started off as a small vegetable farm, which later

specialized in carrot production, has now seen new

opportunity to further expand the business. Instead of

throwing away the broken or forked carrots that aren't up

to sale standard, we made our famous Rugani juice. We

have now expanded to pineapple and beetroot juice, and

yummy combinations like carrot and pineapple as well as

carrot and ginger.


One of my suppliers nominated me to be a candidate for

the AGRI Gauteng Young Farmer of the Year for 2019. The

judging criteria are quite broad and the judges want to see

how involved the farmer is in their business. They visited

the farm to see what we do here and how I influence the

business on all levels. When I was nominated, I was very

sceptical about the competition because I don't do this

job for the recognition, but I realised that it gives me the

platform to be noticed as a role-player in this industry. I

didn't expect to win, especially because I'm a woman. I am

the first woman to win this award and I think it really shifts

the paradigm about women in agriculture because it's not

an industry for men only any more. I'm proud that I can be

an example that women can achieve anything they put

their minds to. The national round of this competition is yet

to take place and I am looking forward to it.



There has always been a stereotype that there isn’t

anything a woman can do on a farm. Even though the

business was fast growing, and the doors were always

open for opportunity for us to join the family business,

there was no real clear understanding or direction, as to

where me as a women could add value to the business.

This however has changed. It’s a male-dominated

industry and it's very difficult to be seen as a role-player

in this industry if you're a woman. It’s a lot of hard work

to be successful. Luckily, these stereotypes are changing,

together with the paradigm shift that women can be

excellent farmers.



Besides providing local produce and employing locals, I

think that our success story also inspires and motivates

the community. The business started off on a 20 hectare

farm and now we have 3 500 hectares. We try to send out a

message that anything is possible if you're prepared to take

risks, work hard and walk roads that are not often walked.

We also empower our employees, giving them the chance

to get upskilled and to provide better lives for their families,

and at the end of the day, it lifts up the whole community.


When we say that it's a family business we really mean it.

My father has five daughters and a son, so it was inevitable

that at least one of his daughters would end up in the

family business. One of my sisters and my brother have

also joined me on the farm. My loving husband is the

marketing and export manager of the business, so we get

to work together a lot. For me, family equals Greenway

Farms – I can't separate the one from the other because we

are Greenway Farms.


While the business is growing, my family is also growing.

My husband and I are expecting our first child and I'm very

excited about it because I am always working towards

leaving a legacy for the next generation.

Details: 072 659 2492,

22 Get It Joburg West November 2019

‘grass’ ceiling

Short & sweet

My favourite part of the

job is ... being outdoors.

My favourite Rugani juice

is ... carrot and pineapple.

My friends and family

will describe me as

... hardworking and

determined. They'll say that

I swim upstream, not in a

rebellious way, but always

challenging paradigms.

My midnight snack is ...

chocolates or rusks.

November 2019 Get It Joburg West 23

Summer blooms

We’ve put together our top garden tasks and tips for the month.

Best for patios …

imagine having deliciously

fragrant and pickable sweet

basil at your fingertips. Basil

‘Dolce Fresca’ is a patio basil

that grows perfectly in a pot,

keeps its compact bushy shape

and doesn’t get leggy, like

garden varieties tend to do.

Plants grow 30 to 36cm high,

with a high leaf yield. This basil

has won several horticultural

awards, including the All-

American Selections vegetable

category for its sweet, tender

leaves and ornamental

shape. Use the leaves for

pesto, with pasta and in any

Mediterranean-inspired dish.

A great patio edible. Details:

Garden tasks:

• Sow quick-growing annuals like alyssum, dwarf

marigolds, nasturtiums, portulaca, and California poppy.

• Lift and divide irises, water agapanthus if the weather is

hot and dry and fertilise roses, cannas, dahlias

and hydrangeas.

• For heat-resistant bedding colour, plant vinca,

Angelonia and bedding salvia in sunny beds and

begonias in semi-shade.

• Water outdoor container plants and hanging baskets

once a day and feed twice a month. If the sun is

becoming too harsh, move containers into a position

where they receive afternoon shade.

November is a peak time for pests. Watch out for

lily borer (black and yellow stripes) on your clivia and

amaryllis, and spray with Margaret Roberts Biological

Caterpillar Insecticide. Protect roses, tomatoes,

and sweet peppers with Ludwig’s Insect Spray,

which is organic.

• Succession sowing of most summer vegetables can

be continued until the end of this month.

24 Get It Joburg West November 2019

Inspired by beauty

SA’s glam guru,

Hannon Bothma, is the

epitome of class and

sophistication and his

new cerise pink rose,

cultivated and grown

by Malanseuns, is an

extension of that style.

An absolute must for

anyone who gushes

over roses! R219 each

from Garden World

Nursery. Details: 011

957 2047.

Grow any variation of vegetables, fruit, nuts

or even herbs and spices with this great guide

from the West Rand’s very own garden master,

JJ van Rensburg. Grow your own by JJ & Tinus

Oberholzer is a comprehensive guide providing

practical guidelines that will teach you how to

fully utilise your garden (large or small) using alternative

as well as traditional growing methods.

R350 from Garden World Nursery, 011 957 2047.

Also available in Afrikaans as Kweek dit self.

We’re planting Salvia for its superb show

This shrubby upright perennial salvia produces endless spikes of large dark

purple, pink or orange-red blooms that attract bees and stand out against

the dark green leaves. Plants flower from spring to autumn and even through

winter in warmer areas. Growing 60 to 80cm high and wide, it is a good filler

for beds or as a feature in a large container. Plants are frost-hardy, performing

best in full sun in fertile well-drained soil. Like all salvia, they need moderate

watering and the soil can dry out between waterings. For strong growth, cut

back in spring, fertilise and water well. Details:

Pencil into your diary!

Gardens of the Golden City at

Random Harvest, Muldersdrift on

9 and 10 November from 8.30am

to 5pm. A visit to this garden

includes opportunities to walk on

the farm, through the restored

grassland and to the dam. There will

be conservation gardening talks

particularly on grey and rainwater

harvesting, and over 800 indigenous

plants are available to purchase

from the nursery. Random Harvest’s

gardens feature a variety of carefully

created habitats for wildlife. Birds

(169 species on their list!), many

pollinating insects and other

creatures abound in the sanctuary

provided for them. The gardens are

run on natural principles without

the use of harmful pesticides,

which accounts for the quantity

and diversity of creatures present.

Of interest are the beautiful

indigenous trees, many of which

are pruned for their sculptural value.

Entrance: R30 per person, children

under 12 years free. Details: 011

957 5354, or www.

November 2019 Get It Joburg West 25


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Go for a dip after your run or let the kids enjoy themselves in the pool.



Having a holistay? We've got the perfect budget-friendly day getaway for you and your family.

Outdoor adventure on your doorstep!

Avianto Clubhouse and Sports Park

offers the whole package – yummy

food and relaxation while the young

ones play the day away ... It’s situated

in the heart of Muldersdrift, next to

the river, in between big trees and

huge, green lawns. They have a variety

of delicious family-friendly meals

to enjoy so you can cool off with a

smoothie and a salad or turn up the

heat with a rack of ribs or a pizza.

Mom can sip on a cocktail while dad

drinks his beer and catches a game on

TV. The children can burn up all their

energy on the jungle gym, kiddies

cycling pump track, trampoline

and in the swimming pool. And the

best part? It’s open to the public for

free! One of the highlights of the

Clubhouse is that it’s dog-friendly for

all fur-children on leashes. The friendly

staff and beautiful surroundings also

make it the ideal spot for a picnic

or joyful kids' party which they will

tailor to your unique needs. For the

more adventurous, there are jogging

and mountain bike trails, as well as

an outdoor gym and yoga deck.

This pizza oozes cheese, olives,

peppers, mushrooms and garlic.

Feast on a magnificent rack of ribs.

Become a member of the Avianto Sports Park to enjoy the scenic mountain bike

trails, or join them every Sunday morning at 8am for a weekly free 5km myrun

event while earning Discovery Vitality points for each run or walk you complete.

They are open on Fridays from 4pm to 8pm, Saturdays from 6am to 8pm and

Sundays from 6am to 4pm. They will be open for the holidays every day from 16

December to 12 January from 9am to 6pm, closing only on 25 and 26 December.

Details: Visit them at Avianto Clubhouse, entrance off Villa Road in Muldersdrift or

contact them on 011 668 3000 or visit

30 Get It Joburg West November 2019

Make the healthy choice

with a delish salad.

The perfect spot to sip on cocktails and

enjoy a bit of me-time this holiday.

Make exercise fun again by breaking

a sweat at the outdoor gym.

Trampoline, jungle gym and lush green

lawns – every kids’ dream come true.

Lunch with a spectacular view

(it can’t get better that this).

November 2019 Get It Joburg West 31

32 Get It Joburg West November 2019

Fly camping ...

a safari for the adventurous

Walking through big five country and sleeping out in the wild

So you’re looking for something a little out of the ordinary. A little more adventurous.

Something special. And as we so often do (boast, boast), we’ve done the hard work for

you and found something spectacular for you to experience. An authentic wilderness

adventure, where you can experience the beauty of the bush on foot and sleep out in

the wild. A fly camping safari experience is the latest activity offered at Samara Private

Game Reserve in the Great Karoo – arguably one of the most extraordinary areas of

South Africa.

Taking its name from the original safari days when explorers set up camp in big game

country with little more than a fly sheet protecting them from the elements, Samara’s

fly camping activity remains true to these origins.

WIth a maximum of six guests, your adventure begins with a guided bush walk

through Big Five territory ... fret not ... the rangers are armed and they, and the trackers,

are hugely experienced. Come dusk, you’ll arrive at your private camp, where your

tents have already been set up (thank heavens ... imagine having to do that yourself

after a long day walking in the bush!), and the fire ready to be lit. You’ll have (massively

welcome, we’re sure) sundowners followed by a traditional South Africa braai – think

boerewors, roosterbrood and grilled pineapple – cooked by the ranger and tracker

team. You’ll spend the evening sitting round the campfire, sharing safari stories and

listening to the nightly chorus of jackals, nightingales and the occasional lion roar,

before retreating to bed. The next morning, you can continue your walk or drive back

to the lodge.

This fly camping safari is only available from October to May (excluding December 15

to January 10) and is limited to guests who’ve booked a minimum three-night stay

in one of Samara’s lodges. A R7 000 a night camping surcharge applies, although this

charge is included in the cost if guests book a five-night conservation package. Prices

include the services of a fully armed ranger and tracker. You do need to be 16 or older.


November 2019 Get It Joburg West 33

Hello Summer! Hot days. Sultry

nights. Sexy swimwear and slip

dresses. Which all, obviously,

scream tan. We’re massive fans

of the Caribbean Tan brand. The

self-tan and tan care products are

designed to eliminate the fuss and

mess associated with at-home

tanning creams, as well as the

costs associated with achieving

the perfect tan. The days of harsh,

chemical-heavy products and

harmful sunbeds are gone! We –

and the folk from Caribbean Tan –

believe that treating your skin with

care is beautiful, and that means

tanning safely and loving your body

from head to toe. Think products

that are good for you, good for

our planet, and cruelty-free! You’ll

find them at Dis-Chem and Clicks,

select independent stores, as well

as online at www.caribbeantan.

online. Fancy winning a hamper

of Caribbean Tan products ... filled

with eight tanning products,

valued at more than R1 500? Yes

please! To stand in line to snap up

this amazing prize, simply follow

us on Facebook (Get It Joburg West),

like our Summer Tan post, and hold

(golden) thumbs. Competition

ends December 15.



34 Get It Joburg West November 2019




Select a tag and make a wish come true.

Deliver all gifts to the Information Desk

Tel: 010 020 1234 | | Cnr N14, R28, Hendrik Potgieter, Ruimsig

Randfontein Private Hospital wishes all their Doctors,

staff and patients a wonderful and peaceful festive

season. Thank you for your patronage.

Randfontein Private Hospital

Lister Road, Lower Ward Street Extension, Randfontein, 1759

+27 87 087 2700 | |

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